Her bright, engaging personality and passion for breast cancer research, education, and patient care is apparent whether she is speaking at an event or volunteering behind the scenes.” KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Rebecca Hultquist Rebecca is a 14-year breast cancer survivor and the Chair of the 2019 Orange County MORE THAN PINK WALK™ HAT PARADE & CONTEST. Breast cancer is changing and so is Komen Orange County. Every day in Orange County five women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and one will die from the disease. There is much to do beyond wearing your favorite shade of pink--awareness is important, but action saves lives.
Leslie Seigel is the co-owner of the Orange County, Palm Desert and Pasadena California Closets franchises. Seigel’s breast cancer was discovered unexpectedly. “I went into the doctor after finding a lump in my breast and was told it was merely a cyst.” Seigel believes that we all have to be our own best advocate, especially when it [ ]. Breast cancer is one of the most types of cancer among african-american women. Kayvee's story with breast cancer chemo. Orange County, California.
Walk Day Schedule. 6:30 am Registration & the Expo Opens. On-Site Registration & T-Shirt Pick Up, Visit Expo area, Sponsors, Team Booth & Village of Hope (for survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer). It would be great to find someone who lives in south Orange County, CA to meet and chat with in person, but anyone who needs someone to talk to like myself feel free to reach out. Unfortunately, I get it. I lost my mom to cancer right before my husband was diagnosed. I am no stranger to cancer. Tamara.
It's very affirming to meet with a group like ours. Unfortunately, new members have not come to our meetups. We're cancelling meetups until new members join and are interested in meeting. Please conta. Surviving and Moving Forward: The SAMFund for Young Adult Survivors of Cancer 101 4th Floor Confer The City Dr S, Orange 92868, California, United States (714) 456-7057» Website; Map Directions» More Info; Orange County Caregiver Resource Center.
The mission of Breast Cancer Angels is to provide financial and emotional assistance for women and their families as they are going through breast cancer treatment. (We have also assisted men.) We assist in Orange County, Long Beach/South Bay, and San Diego. We also do one-time emergency assistance in the Inland Empire and Los Angeles. Susan Faurot, left, of Yorba Linda, is a three year breast cancer survivor. Faurot, 54, gets ready for her close up with the help of photographer Gina Chiaramonte of Photographic Designs in Floral Author: Elysse James.